KE-Classic Weighted & Bendable Eating Utensils are similar to the KE Classic Bendable Eating Utensils. They are a light grey, stainless steel utensil set that is bendable and weighted. Users can bend the spoon, fork, and soup spoon to make it a right or left-angled eating aid, and the heavyweight reduces hand tremors. The knife features a curved style rocker blade for use with just one hand. The non-slip built-up handles are comfortable and easy to hold for people with limited grasping ability and people having problems bending their wrist or elbow. Ideal for people with Parkinson’s disease, arthritis, cerebral palsy, or other limited range of motion in the hand.
KE-Classic Weighted & Bendable Eating Utensil Set
KE-Classic Weighted Eating Utensil Set is similar to the KE Classic Bendable Eating Utensil set, except this set is weighted. The weight of the utensils steadies the shaking hand of users living with essential tremors, and the built-up, non-slip handle makes it comfortable and easier to hold for people with arthritis. Another great feature is the fork, spoon, and soup spoon bends, making the utensil a left or right-angled eating aid. These special features are ideal for people with Parkinson’s disease, essential tremors, cerebral palsy, people having problems bending their wrist or elbow, and people living with arthritis stiffness.
- The shaft of the fork, spoon, and soupspoon bends to the left or right to make it an angled eating utensil for those having problems bending their wrist or elbows
- It’s weighted to help control essential hand tremors
- Features a comfortable, non-slip, large handle to make grasping easier for those with arthritis or a weak grip
- The blade of the knife is a curved style rocker blade that enables users with the use of only one hand to cut through food easily
- Quality stainless steel and dishwasher safe
To bend this unique utensil, place your thumb against the flat side of the spade in the direction you wish to bend the utensil. Then bend it towards your thumb. PLEASE NOTE: Utensil should only be bent once to the desired angle. Repeated bending back and forth will cause the utensil to break!